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Panthers DE Julius Peppers finally talks, because ‘now we have something to talk about’


The Panthers unveiled their plan for using Julius Peppers this season on Sunday, and it seems like it would be sustainable for the long haul. Peppers did not start at defensive end – Mario Addison and Charles Johnson did. But Peppers played 26 defensive snaps, which worked out to 46 percent of the 49ers’ offensive plays. He also played seven snaps on special teams. (Charlotte Observer)


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